Nauvoo City Council Minute Book, 3 February 1841–8 February 1845

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or special messenger of said Council, he shall be fined in the sum of Twenty five Dollars, for each offence; Provided, that the City Council may on good cause shown, remit any fine herein, or by this ordinance assessed.
Sec. 3. The above fines to be collected as other debts before the Mayor, at the suit of the City Corporation.— This ordinance to take <​effect​> and be in force, from and after its Passage.— <​passed Feb.y. 8th. 1841.—​>
<​, Mayor.​>
<​ Recorder.​>
 
was Sworn as Supervisor of Streets.
Adjourned until this day Week, at 1 oClock P. M. To meet at same place.
February 8th. 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minutes and Ordinance, 15 February 1841 • Monday
Monday 15th. February 1841.
City Council met pursuant to adjournment. called to the Chair in the absence of the .
Meeting opened by , by Prayer.
Proceedings of last Meeting Read.
presented a Petition from accompanied with a Map, respecting his s property in the bounds of the , known as Lotts in the Town Plott of .
It was Moved, seconded, & carried, that Petn. & Map be laid on the Table.
An ordinance in Relation to Temperance read 1st. time. Rules dispensed with,— received second Reading.
Colr. Joseph Smith moved, & it was adopted, that the committee be relieved from further consideration as to the City Plott.
The Committee on the Code of Ordinances for the , reported progress, & obtained further time.
A Petn. was presented on behalf of & others, for liberty to make a Dam or Pier out into the , which was ordered to lie on the Table.
The Code of Laws & Ordinances for the City was read the second time.
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or special messenger of said Council, he shall be fined in the sum of Twenty five Dollars, for each offence; Provided, that the City Council may on good cause shown, remit any fine herein, or by this ordinance assessed.
Sec. 3. The above fines to be collected as other debts before the Mayor, at the suit of the City Corporation.— This ordinance to take effect and be in force, from and after its Passage.— passed Feb.y. 8th. 1841.—
, Mayor.
Recorder.
 
was Sworn as Supervisor of Streets.
Adjourned until this day Week, at 1 oClock P. M. To meet at same place.
February 8th. 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minutes and Ordinance, 15 February 1841 • Monday
Monday 15th. February 1841.
City Council met pursuant to adjournment. called to the Chair in the absence of the .
Meeting opened by , by Prayer.
Proceedings of last Meeting Read.
presented a Petition from accompanied with a Map, respecting his s property in the bounds of the , known as Lotts in the Town Plott of .
It was Moved, seconded, & carried, that Petn. & Map be laid on the Table.
An ordinance in Relation to Temperance read 1st. time. Rules dispensed with,— received second Reading.
Colr. Joseph Smith moved, & it was adopted, that the committee be relieved from further consideration as to the City Plott.
The Committee on the Code of Ordinances for the , reported progress, & obtained further time.
A Petn. was presented on behalf of & others, for liberty to make a Dam or Pier out into the , which was ordered to lie on the Table.
The Code of Laws & Ordinances for the City was read the second time.
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